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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, NOV KMHEU 15, 102.
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Hen. These advertisements mast ke
raa veaseratlrely. .
Advertisers, ky ree.nesla- a. aaas
aered fkrrk, raa aire aaewers ad
dressed ta a aamftered letter I" eara
f The Be-. Answers a addressed will
ha delivered a aratala af tne
POSITION wanted aa traveling salesman
or collector In Nebraska. North Platto
territory preferred. Thoroughly under
stand operating; and handling of gasoline
or steam engines, steam threshing n-
hlnne; In fact, anything In farm Imple
ment Mne.. Firteen years' experience and
can furnish lat of , references as to
sobriety, honesty ana Integrity. State
alarv willing to pay. Address, O t, life.
. . .. A-M213-1S
TRAVELING salesman wsnts position with
.Implement, buggy or windmill Arm; ex
pert In repairing Implements and wind
mills; good reference. Address 'N 27, Bee.
WAJfTKD MliH HELP.,
HUSTLING deputies wanted; men or
women; splendid contract. The Garden
era. 4is bee faidg. B 37
WANTKDi for U. 8. Army, able-bodied un-
n-mrrie.t men netween anas oi 21 ami
I titer or United States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can
sneak, read aim Write English. For in
lormatlon bddIv to Recruiting Officers,
lth and Douse His., Omaha, and post-
olttee building, Lincoln, Neb. , HD-31
OOOD messengers wanted; high sulariesi
A. D. I. CO., ZIZ . latn Bt. lliuioj
WANTED Competent stenographer; man
familiar with shipping business preferred.
Address,' 1. 67, Bee.
VANTEI Boy to take care of furnace and
cow. v,s N, ami Ave. u n
II F.N WANTKD ' for the United States
Nsvv muchiniats. firemen, coal passers
electricians, stiUiwrlghtS. seamen, ordi
nary seamen, landsmen, apprentices, mess
attendants and hospital apprentices; must
be American born dtlseus or have made
legal declaration of Intention to become
citizens. Only men of good character and
physique need apply. For Information ap-
niv In iicrHun or by letter to Naval Ke
crulllng Station, MuCague Bldg., corner
1Mb-and lodge St.,-Omaha, Neb. Open
November JO; close November 15, lsse.
. .. B ! 15
WANTED,- reliable person In each district
to manage buslneRS for -old house; Halary
818 weekly; expenses aavanceo; permu
nent nosttlon: enclose sif-addressed n
velooo. Manager. 3tf.Caxton Wlg . Chi
cago. B .NUb.1 lij
PRINTER WANTED, single man; state
experience and wages wanted. Chronicle,
Ccntervllle, la. B M2o Is
WANTED, experienced cigar salesmen with
establlHhed trade to sell retail trade direct
irom taclory with rstalidshed trade oil
high grade 8eed and Havana and 5-cent
ligurs In the, following states: Ohio, In
diana. Iowa, Illinois, Nebraska. Wiscon
sin, Minnesota. Missouri. Cigar Halesman,
l Newberry Ulug.. Detroit, Mich.
... B M255 12
WANTED, men to learn barber trade. All
advantages until competunt without limit
m time. Hteariv nractice. expert Instruc
tions, snlendld facilities. Hundreds of
frruduatea to recommend our system. Call
or write.' Moler Barber College, 15a
DOUKlaa street. . B-M2) 2(C
EVERYWHERE," to sell' Lambert Type
writers. Monroe & Co., 811 N. 16th t.,
WANTED First class Encyclopedia Brit-
annlca ealesmen. Our system requires
vou to call on Inquiries only. We pay
liberal weekly advance, transportation ex
penses. Address, American Newspaper
AsxoWatlnn, bXi isew York Lire Muuniug,
Omaha.-Nbd. - - ' 1t-;w i
Call Canadian office. 15th & Dodge.
GIRL for. general housework,
WANTED, girl, for general housework;
good wages. Mrs, Slmeral, , 9;i N. 2Mb
student nurse at South Omaha
WANTED, good girl for general house
work:' house now snd modern; small
family; wsgea 84 id 86 per week. Apply
418 N. aoth St. C M182
WANTED, girl for general housework In
mail, lamuy. i n. Ata 01. yzM
WANTED, Swedish or German girl for
general housework: small family; good
wages. Call at 126 S. 37th st. C M:46
AN Intelligent, blight woman of Integrity,
over 27, to travel; references required.
Address O 8, Bee. C MZ44 16
WANTED, girl for general housework; no
laundry. A. itospe, sis ro. inn si.
- . . C M259
GIRL for general housework at the Creche.
. . . : .V HI4 II'
FOR RENT HOUSES.
TO MOVE Tight get Omaha Van Storage
Co.; office; loll Farnam, or xeis. i,-bt.
linl 1CCC In all' part of city,' The O.
tlUUOCJ k. Davis Co.. 60S Bee Bldg.
1-nOOM modern, near High school, 827.50.
8 room house, 36th and Charles, j.v.oii.
Inu. 2648 Cap. Ave. Tel. bli. Hoblson.
SEE PAYNE. BOSTW1CK CO. for choice
houses. 601-2 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. lulb
. .. . D 461
M AGO ARD Van & Storage Co.
Ave. - 'Phone ICS.
good repair, on 8.. 32d
9 rooms, modern, nice lawn,
2218 N. IVtta, -rooia, modern;
(220 N. 1st It, 9-m.im, miKlern, 8i).u.
W. FAHNAM SMITH CO.,
l.nco r arnam Bt.
FOR RENT 24 ROOMS.
1611 and 1613 Howard Bis.; haa Just been
put In first-class repnlr, Including Jour
new bath rooms; desirable location for
small hotel, 120 per month.
GEORGE at CO.i 11 FARNAM BT.
FOR RENT, one t-room house, with gas.
water t.nd sewer; lust been placed In
Hret-class.repair; In good location. C. M.
Bachmaun. 436-37 Paxton block. D 179
HOUSES and flats.
Rlngwalt, Barker block.
HOUSES. O. Q. Wallace,
FOR RENT Two nice 8-room houses; sll
modern, except furnace; nrat-elasa re
pair and good neighborhood; 818 and fid
per mouth. Inquire C. M.-Bachmann, 43
Paxton Block. DMsT
138-KX Park Ave., I rooms; modern,
$26 2708 Wool worth. 8 rooms, all modern;
new. economical furnace. - -
8144102 Nicholas Bt., T rooms, city water.
81& 19o7 Piiikney. I rooms, modern.
til 60 H 41st. 7 rooms, city water, gas.
8i3323 Manderson, 7 rooms, all modern,
83626 Capitol Ave., I rooms, modern.
7 4.o4 Hamlltea St., i rooms, city water.
We bave others. Call and get list.
K. C. I'KTEItH ft, CO.,
Ground Floor, Bee Building.
SiU BRlSTOI fix-room eottage. nsw, mod
em and utuered; vaoant December 1.
861 Bristol Mix-room cqttage, new. modern
EVfc HUNTLEY. U Bee Bldg.
Teleuhona Duel or B-2461.
. I-17 le
280 MAPLE STREET Eight
BEVETtAL dislrshle houses; sperlsl prices
for winter. F. D. Wand, 1534 Douglas St.
I . I 1
$'.!S 9-room modern house, 4?2 N, 3Sth at.
i'h It-room modern house, 42S N. Sih Bt.
.0 9-room modfTn house, 8248 N. 19th Bt.
15 -room modern house, .-"3 N. i'th Bt.
16 8-room modern house, 4019 Dodge Bt.
il -room modern notice, ViZl Firnam St.
HKbNNAN'IiUVE CO., 3U O. Mill Bl.
D M211 18
FOR RENT, forty acres In the city Imllt
or Bouth omsha; small nouse. esceneni
plac1 for feed vurd. The Omaha Realty
Company, Wl Douglas Bt., upstairs.
FOR RKNT, new brick hotel, Plalnvlew,
?eb.; hotol haa forty-lour tl rooms,
with steam heat; will rent to good party,
who muM furnish It himself, vrite U. M.
Krause. Plalnvlew, Neb. D-M342 17
EK5MT-ROOM. gas. bath, laundry, fur
nace; not basement plan. J0. Jeys jw'i
Capitol avc, adjoining. D MW1 18
FOR RKNT. T-room house, cheap. 610 N.
16th. South Omaha. D t&iib 18"
al3 WriOLWOKTH ave., 8 rooms, modern,
tJi; 7ia N. Ziil, 7 rooms, brick, modern. 831;
l.4 H. With rooms, modern, io; oiners.
Rlngwalt Bros.. Barker blk. D M287 ltf
FOR HP T Ft inUHED ROOMN.
DEWEY Europein Hotel, 13th and Farnam.
$1 PER WEEK AZi 8. 18th St., one block
south or court nouse. Jt; mo
AETNA HOLBE, European, 13th and Dodge,
ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th c Chicago.
HANP8OME steam heated room.
tol Ave. - - ,
STEAM HEATED rooms, 110 per month,
Parker Hotel, Uth and , Jones Bts.
L. M. E hauls trunks.
THE FARNAM-r-19th and Farnam streets
. . . E MHil
ELEOANT furnished rooms In new home;
hot water heat ; references. . 161 AVebBter,
E lip 14
BOl'TH front alcove room, modern. 2580
Harney. E M7J8 15
LARGE front room .for one or two. gentli
men or respectable ladles. 625 8. 2oth St.
DESIRABLE rooms; walking . distance;
tirst-ciass location. ... farnam.
. , E-M210 18
ROOM for light housekeeping. 1t23H How
ard. - ErM231 P-U
LARUE front rooms, modern. S22 N. 19th
St. E M2C0 16
3 ROOMS for light housekeeping. 1112 80,
llth street. K AI271
Fl RMSIIKD ROOMS AND BOARD.
r'nter hopis. Tel S3
. . . . . ( -w
FURNISHED rooms, with or without board.
rates reasonable. Midland Hotel, lbth and
Chicago. ., .- 4iu
NEATLY furnished, well heated room. 88 8.
20th. f um-10
TWO gentlemen desired. 600.3.
FOR RENT tXFl UMSIlF.li ROOMS.
FOUR unfurnished rooms,
1916 Farnam street. .
I'OR RENT STORES ANnOFFICES.
FOR RENT, store In flrst-clas location;
rent reasonable. Atiply K. -C. Peters
Co., ground floor. Bee Bldg. - 1266
FOR RENT, the building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at 916 Farnam 8t. It haa
lour stones ana a nasemeni wnicn was
formerly used as The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
interested apply at office to C. C. Hose-
water, -secretary, room. 1U, UM building.
, 1, I ... I. I
SPLENDID i-etory bWg., wHth- coocrited
basement and two savllKhta ln luof. 13J1
Howard Si. F. D. Wead. 1-221 18
i WANTKD, tenant to share large offices on
the ground floor or N.. y. .Life JUrig. in
surance man preferred. Apply 1301 Doug
las Bt.. uprtalrs. - 1340
WANTED, canvassing rtgants ln; every
county to solicit suuscrtptiona. to THE
TWENTIETH CKN'.riIJ 1'AKMKtt
Steady employment, wlttwassured good In
come. Agents in mo . country wup norse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily K0 to iiuo Ter montn. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building, umana. .213
1 000 AGENTS wanted to sell desirable old-
line Insurance for the largest company
in the world of its age; no special con
tract fakirs or leg pullers need apply.
We sell the best contract? ever written;
good. territory and commlsVions given to
good, reliable men. Call 011 or Write to
George J. Crane, Superintendent Western
Department, l First Nat 1 Hank Bldg.,
Omaha, Neb. , J M123 D2u
WANTED, manufacturer's agent or sales
man -for part or tne state or Missouri as
well as the states ot Kansas' and Ne
braska, to handle a Una of goods In use
and endorsed by 76 per cent of the manu
facturing Interests In the United Stated.
Canada and Great Britain. State refer
ences and address. Hank. Corner Sawtell
and Woodland Aves., Cleveland, Ohio.
, . . J MWl 16
. DESIRABLE STORE ROOM.
1615 Hwward St., across street from W. R.
1 J ........ . . J 1 - AMftPann Kun ti . I -
In rirst-class repair and has good, light
basement: 860 per month-.
GEORGE at. COMPANY, 1601 Farnam Bt.l
J fcU(i 2S
CANVASSERS wanted to sell our Cloth
Toys, Hiig Dolls and Art Pillow Tops.
Best selling holiday novelties made. Any
one can sell them. Large profit. Art
Fabric Mills. New tiaven, Conn: .
.v.. , :. J Mail 15
1 ' ' . . t , u . s ,,i..y 1
' OM Van Stor. Co., liHVi Farn. -Tela. 1609-863,
I VANS. and baggage wagons. Tel. 1196.
.WANTED TO Bf .
WANTED- to buy, a stock of dry goods or
a general stock. Address N JU. tfee.
. N M717 15
WANTED to buy. old lumber.
. T. Camp
- N 86 Is
FOR SALE FIRNITVRE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 141Q Dodge. Tel.
2o20 New- and secondhand, bought, sold,
exenangea. , . . t u 4,1
FOR SALE, furniture of a nicely furnished
6-room cottage. New piano, steel range,
base burner, sewing machine, 6-hole gaa
move, home-mads tallies and Jams. Call
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 9 a. m.
to a p. m., ltue unio st. o Min4 16
FOR SALIC UOHSES, WAGONS, ETC.
NEW and secondhand vehlclea for aala
cheap. U. Frost. Htn and Leavenworth
FOR SALE or trade, thoroughbred white
Arabian taiuon, weight 1.100 pounds, aged
T years., uguen uvery, council Ki iT
FOR IAI.E MliCRLLANEOI .
NEW and M-rend typewriter. 1118 Farnam
FOR SALE, two fresh rows at Zfttt Web
ster at. j uai it'
SECONDHAND. Remington typewriter. U,
P. headquartrra, teiegrapn department.
FOR SALE. ph6nographs. superior to any
other musical . Instrument , 6 up. Tlis
Wlttmann Co., 16Z1 Farnam. Q 474
EDIBON phonographs. $10. $20 and 8S0
moulded records, sue each or 88 per dos
new wheels, tli up; idhand. $6 up. Omaha
bicycle ce ltp god. Chicago eta.
ron AMc MicFLtA"Rorii.
100 STYLES troeesa; catalogue free Bher
mn dt MrConnell Drug Co, 16th and
Dodge, Omaha. y 477
FOR BALK, a pair of Imported Mexican
hairless doga. Address K V Bee.
FENCE LATH for quick shipment, crib
bing, combination ladders. tPl Douglas.
INDIAN goods and relic. Ill Farnam.
3DHAND safe cheap.
Derlght, HIS Farnsm.
CHOICE milch cows. 8 Shetland ponies. 8,
T. Campbell, 421s center, i'none Biaca-
1123. Q 784 Nib
SECONDHAND billiard and pool tables
billiard tables repaired: a large stock of
cheap bar fixtures, cigar counters, etc.
The Hrunewlck-Balke-Collender Co., 407-
8. 10th. Q MS) 30
FOR BALE, youna heifer cow, one heifer
calf. (10 N. 16th, Bouth Omaha.
Q M270 16
NEW Hamilton piano at half price. Ad
dress O , Bee. vt-Mios 11
2DHAND scales cheap.
Fatten. 220 N. 16th,
A FEW beautiful, large, white Angora
goat skin rugs, 84.60 each, at meat market,
corner 18th, ana Leavenworth. Q 251 16
MRSFRITZ, clairvoyant, 114 Cast Bt.
MME. QTLMER, genuine palmist, 816 8. 15,
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N, 18, Id floor, R. L
T B Ut
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 K. 15tb, R. 7,
GRACE O' BRYAN of Ky., 720 Bouth 18th.
- T 793 16
MISS Duval, man louring. 621 B. 16th, itrd floor
nn bat arnnndlat: ami and super flu
oua hair maoved bT stsutllottg. R. 12,
rreruMr Umak. U-881
ViAVl, Woasan's way to H
treatment . Booklet ma. Ma
to Health. Home
ORAMOPHONE8 and uppUaa. wholesale
and retail. Collins piano ca, msi iougias.
RI'PTVRE CURED No knife, no pain, no
detention from business. Send for booklet,
etc. EMPIRE RUPTURE CURE CO., 932
N. T. Life Bldg., Omaha. U 48
DR. B. M.' JACKSON, specialist In chronic
diseases. 166 Farnam Bt. consultation
ELITE PARLORS. 616 8. 16th St.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, R. a.
privatr hosnltnl hefore and during con
flnenient; babies boarded and adopted
Mrs. Oardels, 1234 Lake. Tel. Ked-lHM
PRIVATE hospital for ladles before and
during confinement; best meaicai een
tlon: babies adopted. 2702 8. 18th St. Mrs,
Fisher. Tel. F-23S9. U-M183 22
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
HntmMii: nrst-class In every respect
babies adopted. Dr. L. L. Miller, 2flu4
Blondo 8t. 'Phone F-11&2. U M429
nipriAlNfl entire stock diamonds, watch
es, Jewelry. In pawn ft mortgaged, half
price. Diamond Loan Office, 14th &. Douglaa
WE RENT sewing machines at 75o per
week. We repair and sell parts for any
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO..
'Phone 16M. ; Corner 15th and Tlarnoy Sts.
334 Broadway, Council Bluff a. Phone B-618.
612 North. 24th St., 80. Omahe. 'Phone 436.
s , v, . U 626 PI
TELEPHONE 780 for L. M.'E-messengere.
r . U M61
HEADQUARTERS for . Edison phono
graphs and Victor talking machines and
records. Nebraska Cycle Co., Cor. 16th
and Harney Sts. U-880 14
MONEY TO LOANREAL K STATE.
4H PER CENT on business property.
6 per cent on residence property, .
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MEIKLE, 401 8. 15TH St.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omih real
estate. Brennan-Love Co., 809 8. i:Uh.
4 TO 6 P. C. money. Bemls, Paxton Blk.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 14.
FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros.. 1604
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1634 Douglas.
wakted. cltv loans and warrants. W,
Farnam bmitn co., icu farnam street.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants. H. c. petera Co., 1701
Farnam St., Bee Bldg. W 496
WANTED, 85.000 loan on first-class real es
tate security, inquire Bum x iovgren,
room 436-7 Paxton block. w hiw
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
WHEN you find It necessary to borrow
five us a trial, after which we win, by
air treatment, attempt to retain your
Datronace. we loan from 610 up on fur
niture, pianos, live stock, etc. We also
make loans to
without morttait or endorser. ' We da
not deduct Interest In advance; we charge
nothing for making or fiUna papers and
our service Is quick and -confidential. We
always try to please our patrons.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
119 Board of Trade Bids. - Tel. 2295.
(Established 1892.) 306 South 16th Bt.
DO YOTI NEED MONEY? 8
. MONEY TO LOAN $
ON . .
FURNITURE AND 8 AI-ARIES. .
$10 to $600 loaned on FURNITURE.
PIANOS, ETC., and to aalarled people
at very lowest rates and for any length
of time, wHhout publicity or removing
the erooerty. Payments can be mads
t to suit your convenience.
Call ana get our terms pet ore going 1
RELIABLE CREDIT COMPANY;
Room 3o3, Third Floor, Paxton Block,
4$ 1 1 $$$$$$! If f$$t I $!$! $1 $$$$$$
- BORROW MONEY
WHERE you can get It on FURNITURE,
PIANOS. MOKUfc-B, . WAOONS
I'flWS. ETC: also an SALARIKH
WHERE you get It on short notice and
WHERE you pay for oaly the time money
Is In use. . , 1
WHERE you can return It on easy weekly
or mommy payments.
WHERE you get the lowest rates.
WHERE can you do better?
PHOENIX I'KKWT CO.,
633 Paxton Blk. 11 h and Farnam Bts.
LARGi'ST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED rtUruK. merchants, team
stera, boarding houses, etc., without se
eurliv: easiest terms: 40 offices In pr In
rlpal cities. Tolman, 440 board of Trade
Bldg. X 498
MONEY loaned on plain note to aalarled
people; business conndentlai; lowest rates,
614 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
MONEY loaned on pianos: furniture, lei
lrv. horses, cows. etc. C. F. Reed. 81$ 8 1
MONET loaned on furniture, live stock
jewelry, to salaried people. Foley I.oa
Co., Sua to DuS Green, 8 Barker work
Rt tlNKSS CH 4NCES.
Wit F.N" yon want to buy. sell or exchange
your business or property quick see J.
II. Johnson. Ml N. Y. Life. Y-M505
WANT to buy. sell or trade a business?
On see Vllon. Warnes-A Co., 417 to 41J
Fexton block. Tf SO
TO OKT In or out of business rail on TVI1-
llaqis, liooro 411, McCague building.
FtR 8 AIjE, drug stock, clean and in good
condition; best location In town ot d.v,
would trade It for nsl estate; I have
other business and cannot attend to it.
Address O 1, Bee. Y-M2U
opening for man
F. D. Wead. l.VM
with 82,600 to 6,0U0.
AM offering for sale a fine modern 6
story business block In a Mxsachusetts
city of 66.OUQ. By far the best building In
the city and in the best location, mores
and offices; hydraulic elevators. A great
Investment opportunity at .imo. Write
for detailed Information. W. M. Ostrander,
North American Building, Philadelphia,
Pa. Y-M2 15
I CAN SELL TOUR BUSINESS.
No matter where It it: send description
and cash price and learn how. I have
or can find the buslpeas you wsnt to buy.
Tell me your requirements. W. M. O
trander. Home Office, Bulte 144.1 North
American Bldg., Philadelphia. Offices In
fourteen cltlea. Y
GROCERY Store doing a good business.
well located In a good county seat in east
central Nebraska. Invoice about 82,000.
Best of reasons fof selling. No trades or
discounts. If sold at all must be sold
oon. Address O 7, Omaha Bee.
FOR SALE, drug stock. Rest drun town
in state; best located srore; rc. cent., e.wu
pop.; soda fountain stock and fixtures: In
voice about to.OiiO. Oood trade. Satisfac
tory reasons. Address No. O 8. Bee.
FOR BALE, bakery, grocery and restaurant
doing casn business 01 over wj oany. win
Invoice 82,000. If you want a snap nddress
C. E. White, Cherokee, la. Y M264 15
MERCHANDISE stock for exchange: in
voicing about 87.200. Well assorted and
well tilled lines of all classes dry goods,
furnishing goods, etc. Goods In good or
der, straight and clean. Owner will con
sider exchange for good land. Must have
some cash. Charles W. Bomers, 607 Man
hattan building. Bt. Paul, Minn.
Y M262 15
FOR EXCHANGE, Inside property renting
for 8-H4 per month, Tacoma, vv asnington,
for Improved Nebraska land. Address,
C. N. Ebert. Court House, Tacoma,
Washington. Z 8l 17'
BIX-ROOMED house In St. Louis for house
In Omaha. Address M fu, Kee.
Z M188 15
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
WELL built 8-r. house, on fine lot and
beautiful location. Inquire 1411 Vinton.
HOUSES and Iota tn all parts of city; also
acre property and rarm lanus. i ne j. r.
Davis Co.. Room 652, Bee Bldg. RE-610
CHARLES E., 1203
WILLIAM C. CHISBELL no longer repre
sents In any capacity the George P. Bemls
Keal ornate co. ueorge P. uemis, rres.
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL A FARM?
If you want to sell a farm or ranch, tell
the farmers and atockralsers about it: The
best way to reach them Is through
This agricultural. VSeklv anea tn K.oOO
homes of farmers and 'stockrajsera, so If
you have a good plecf land to sell at a
reasonable price you ought to find a buyer
among them. The cost of an ad Is small-
cents per word.' 1. nod'
THE TWENTIETH CESTURY FARMER
... OMAHA, -NEB.
' TV n REV-404
HARRISON MORTON. FARMS.
. RE-828 N17
KELSET'S wall paper, -17th and Douglas.
i none iwjo. . Rlu 973
ROOM HOUSE near 17th and Charles Bt.
at a great bargain; make us an offer.
Bemls, Paxton block.' , RE MJsSS
SEE PAYNE. BOBTWrCK & CO. for choice
bargains. 601 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 1016.
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
union l acinc itaiiroaa company. 11. A.
McAllester, land commissioner. Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
70066 ft.. No. front on Jackson, near 35th.
700 N. W. corner S4th and Jackson, 66x132.
900 W ft.. E. front on Lowe ave.. nr. Burt.
$1000 K. W. Cor. Ixiwe ave. and Burt: 47x140
80048 ft., west front, on, 14th. near Dorcas.
375 N. E. corner 86th and Decatur.
H50-0 ft. N. front on Blondo. bet. $5 ft 3fl.
330 N. E. Cor. Franklin and 32d.; 42H by 127
60050 feet, E. front on 8th, near Bancroft.
OMAHA REALTY CO., 1301 DOUGLAS.
RE M547 29
FOR SALE, a finely Improved 440-acre farm
in eastern Cass county, h0 per acre. K.
B. Windham, Agent, Plattsmouth. Neb.
RE M267 17
When You Write
remember It only takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention toe faux thai
you saw ths ad In Toe Bee.
LOST, small red pocket memoranda- book.
A liberal reward lor tne return to room 6,
1517 Farnam Bt. A. P..Tully.
Lost 262 14
LOST, $216 In bills; liberal reward for re
turn, inquire for particulars to R. M.
Scott, 107 N. 16th Bt. . Lost 263
LOST. Friday afternoon, a gentleman's gold
chain too witn locaet ana initials o. It.
Finder will be liberally rewarded by
bringing to $24 Bee bldg. Ixt M264 17
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
GREOO 8. H.. Touch T. W.p Bus. Branches,
Teieg. cat. free. urn. com. col., 17 at Doug.
A. C. VAN SANT'8 school.
717 N. Y. Ufc.
BOYI.E8 college, court reporter principal.
IN. X. lAlt. . 014
NEB. Business ft Shorthand College, Boyd's
MAN I F ACTl R I N O.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe
cialty or tire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. O. Andreen, Prop., 103 So. 10th Bt.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS..
STILL MAN PRICE. U. 8. N'l Bk. Rid.
NEB. COLIJICTION CO., 3u6 N. Y. Ufe.
OID. E. A ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths,
Suite $16, N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 1A.
MRS. GRACE TISDALE DEEUAN. 638 Hee
Bidg.. l ei. mas. ;n;
FARMI FOR RENT.
FARM TOR RENT, 26J acres, quarter of a
mile from Laplatte, Neb.: two sets of
good buildings. Address ueo. M. Reed
Orangevllle, Idaho, or see E. E. Reed, or
. t. ritsgeraiu, aoutn umana. neo.
MEN'S clothing wanted. Address 4fil Capi
tol Ave. Mr. Hlnxle. 223 16
THINKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 1717.
to 8. 16tb.
THE DEPOT on time. I M. E.
ANTI-MONOPOLY C.ARBAOE CO.. cleans
cesspools ami vaults, removes garbage
and dead animals at reduced prices. Ml
N lth. Tel. 177H. 9I!
MEN Cure yourselves at home; absolutely
sure; circular free. Mescalano Medicine
Co., Tama. la. M H37 15
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY.
Linotype Composition. 611 Bo. 1.1th.
II. J. COWGILL No fees unless success
ful. 318 S. 15th St., Omaha. Tel. 1798.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North 16th.
BULBS, cut flowers and plants. Hender
son. Tel. 1258, 1619 Farnam St., Omaha.
ELE0. automobiles. Derlght, 1119 Farnam
OMAHA Steam Laundry: shirts. 8c: collars
2c; cuffs. 4c. 1750 Leavenworth. Tel. A-17N3.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
20th and Ike streets. 3,u
WHY pay more? Lambert, $26; superior to
3100 machines. Bent on approval. Monroe
ft Co.. 811 N. ISth St.. Omaha. 844
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Fhllbln, 1505 Farnam. 'Phone 7H4.
PRIVATE lessons in bookkeeping, etc.
G. R. Rathbun, Room 16, Com'l Nat, bank.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners, 1424 8. 13th.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
THOS. DURKIN, electric
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
OMAHA Hydraulic Press Brick Co., 216
New York Life. 'Phone 910. 203 23
WANTED, horses to winter.
Bt. Tel. Black-1128.
LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re
modeled. Joe Yousen, 1411 Farnam St.
GOLD, stiver and nickel plating. Omaha
Plating Co., Bee Bldg. Tel. 2636. 931
When You Write
remember it only lakes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention ths fact that
you saw in aa in me tsee.
(Should be read DAILY by all interested.
as chanaes may occur at any time.)
Foreign malls tor the week ending No
vember 8, 1902, will close (PROMPTLY in
all caseu) at the general postonice as fol
lows: PARCELS post MA1 close one
hour earlier than closing time shown be.
low. Parcels Post mails for Germany close
. . . ,l'..n..,l .. .... a. I )
L l B p. III. llBuncuy V " AJlVMlcn.
Reaular and supplementary malls cIom
at foreign station half hour later than clos-
lnir lime shown below texcent that aUDiiLe-
mentary niana ior r-urope ana central
America, via Colon, close on hour later at
. a strrnn A -V AA f . rt . - TDiiliir
tANPa airect, per s. s. etaaienaam (mall
must be directed "per s. s. etaa.tendam") ;
at 8 a. m. ior ukuiiuh airect, per s.
Frlesiand (mall must be directed "per s.s.
Frlealand"); at 8:30 a. m. for ITALY
direct, per s. s. Augusta Victoria tmail
must be directed "per s. s. Augusta Vic
toria"); at 10:30 a. m. (supplementary 13 1
m.) for EUROPE, per s. s. Umbrla, via
Queensiown; at u.m p. m. ior BCUT
LAND direct, per s. s. Columbia (mall
must ue directed per s. s. coiumoia .
PRINTED MATTER. ETC. This steamet
takes printed matter, commercial papers
and samples for Germany only. The same
class of mall matter for other parts of
Europe will not be sent by this ship un
less slocUU directed by It.
After the closing of the supplementsry
transatlantic mails named above, addi
tional supplementary mails are opened on
tne piers ot tne American, Anglian,
French and German steamers, an remain
bpen until within ten minutes of the hour
of sailing 01 steamer.
Malta for Sonth sad Central America,
. West ladles. Etc,
SATURDAY At 4 a. m. for PERNAM-
BUCO, SANTOS and bao PAULO, per
e. s. Byracusa (mall for othsr parts of
Braall must be directed "per s. s. Byra
cusa"); at 8 a. m. (supplementary 8: JO
a. m.'S for PORTO RICO. CURACAO and
VENEZUELA, per s. s. Caracas (mall for
Bavanuia ana Cartagena must be di
rected ' ner s. s. Caracas 1: at :OT a. m.
(supplementary 10:80 a. m.) for FORTUNE
Island. Jamaica. 8A vanilla and
CARTAGENA, per a. s. Altai (mail for
Costa Rica must be directed "per s.
Altai"); at 8:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30
a. m.) for HAITI, per s. a. Athoa; at 10
a. pi. for CUBA, per s. s. Morro Castle,
via Havana; at 10 a. m. for GRENADA
and TRINIDAD, per s. s. Grenada; at
12:30 p. m. for CUBA, per a. s. Ollnda, via
Matantas (ordinary mall oriiy, which
must be directed "'fr a. s. (l!nda"i; at
12:30 p. m. (supplementary 1:30 p. m.) for
LEEWARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS,
BRITISH, DUTCH and FRENCH
GUIANA, per a. s. Korona.
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and thence by steamer, close at
this office dally at 6:30 p. m. (connecting
1 lose here every Monday, Wednesday and
Saturday). Mails for Mlquelon. by rail
to Boston, and thence by steamer, clone
at 'his oftics daily at 6:80 p. m. Malls for
Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa, Fla., and
thence by ateamer. clone at this office
dally, except Thursday, at 6:80 a. m. (the
connecting closes are made on Mondays.
Wednesdays and Saturdays). Mails for
Mexico City, overland, unless specially
addressed for dispatch by steamer, close
at this office dully, except Sunday, at
1.30 y. m and 11:30 p. m., Sundays at 1
d m. and 11.30 p. iu. -tails for Costa
Rica, Bella-. Puerto Cortes and letter
mall for Guatemala, by rail to New Or
leans, and thence fey ateamer, close at
this office dally, aacspt Bundsy, at 1 $0
p. m. and Ml:8n p. nr. Sundays at '1 p. m.
snd "11:30 p. m. (connecting closes here
Mondays st 1M p. m. for Bellas. Puerto
Cortes and letter mull for Guatemala, and
Tuesdays at 11:80 p. m. for Costa Rlcs).
Registered mull clones st p. m. previous
Malls for Hawaii via Ban Francisco, close
here dally st 6:30 n. Pi. up to November
1", Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Ala
meda Mails for Hawaii, Chins. Jnpan nnd Philip
pine Inlands, via Ban Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to November
10, Inclusive, for dispatch ,er s. s.
Mails for China and J;t'an, via Seattle.
novr nrrr tinny hi p. in. op in No
vember "Uth, Inclusive, for dispatch per
s. s Stilnano Maru. ( u-d mall
must be directed "via hesttle ").
Mails for China and Jflpan, via Tacoma,
close Here ouuy at t:30 p. m. up to No
vember 11. Inclusive, for alspatch per
.1. s. Victoria.
Mails for Hawaii, Japan, China and spe
cially addressed matter for the Philip
pine Islands, via San Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to November
ioth, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. a.
Hong Rons Maru.
Malls for Australia (except West Australia,
wnicn is rorwardca via Etiropei isew r.ea.
land. FIJI. Samoa and Hawaii, via San
Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m.
after November S and up November
22, inclusive, fot dispatch t.r 9. s. Ven
tura. (If the Cunard steamer carrying
the British mail for New Zealand does
not arrive In time to connect with this
- dispatch, extra malls closing at 6:30 a.
m., 9:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Sundays at
4 30 a. m., 9 a. ni. and 6:3u p. m. will be
made up and forwarded until the arrival
of the Cuftnrd steamer.)
Malls for China an' japan, via Van
couver and Victoria, B.C., close here dally
at 6 30 d. m. tin to November 2T. inclu
sive,, for dispatch per e. s. Empress of
China (registered mall must be specially
addressed. Merchandise for lT. 8. Agtwy
at Shanghai cannot be forwarded via
Mails for the .Philippine Islands, via San
Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. ni.
lip to November 26. Inclusive, for dis
patch uer U. 8. Transport
Mulls for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands,
via San Francisco, close here dally at
6:30 ik m. up -to December !, Inclusive,
for dlsnatch ner s. s. Mariposa.
Malls for Australia (except West Aus
tralia, which ROts via Europe, and Ne
. Zealand, which goes via Ban Francisco),
and FIJI isianns, via Vancouver una vic
toria. It. C. close here dally at 6:30 P. m
after November 22 and up to December
. Inclusive.' for dispatch per s. s.
Transpacific mails are forwarded to port
of sailing dally and the schedule of closing
Is arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit. regis
tered mall closes at 6 p. m. previous day,
CORNELIUS VAN COT! . I'ostmaster.
Postofflce. New York. N. Y.. Nov. 7. 1902
UNION STATIOX-10TII AND MARCY,
The Fast Moll......
a 9:40 am a 7:30 pm
a 8:60 am a 3:26 pin
a :tb pm
Eastern Express a 4:35 pm
The Atlantic Express... a 7:30 am
Thn Colorado 8 Dedal... a 7:10 am a 8:40 am
Chicago Special a 3:40 am
1 .infmn iieaincfl H mi
t Htromshurar Ex b 4:06 pm bl2:50 pm
Grand Island Local b 6:30 pm b 9:35 pm
Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific.
Chicago Daylight L t d. a 6:00 am a 6:4R am
Chicueo Davliaht Local a 7:00 am a 9:3i did
Chicago ii,xpress ui.ij bid n u.'io inu
Tiua Moines Exnress a 4:30 pm bll:50am
Chicago Fast Express. ..a 6:35 pm a 1:25 pm
VV C.9 1 .
Rocky Mountain L t d.. a 6:60 am a 4:55 am
Lincoln. Colo, nprings,
Tonver. Huenio anu
West a 1:30 pm a 6:00 pm
Colo., Texas, Cal. and
Oklahoma Flyer a o:zv pm aia:w pm
Chicago A Northwestern.
"The Northwestern Line.
...a 3:40 am
a 7:00 am
.a 7:60 pm
.a 5:10 am
.a 7:35 am
.a 8:K) am
.a 10:55 am
.a 4:00 pm
.a 4:55 pm
.a 8:10 pm
.a 7:65 pm
a 8:30 am
Local Sioux city
a 3:50 pm
Daylight St. Paul
a 0:10 Pin
a 9:50 am
a 4 :05 pm
a 9:20 am
Fast St. Paul
Local Sioux ,Clty.....
a 8:15 am
a 2:40 pm
b 9:60 am
.b 4:00 pm
Illinois' Central. :-
1 -i.ia&M Minneapolis
.a 7:20 am a &;10 pm
St Paul itmiieu...... i.w pm a o.w ana
Minneapolis & St. Paul - . .
TCxnrtSA ,u 1 .-v am uin.da pm
Chicago Express al0:36 pm
Bt. Louis "Canndn Ball
Express a o.txt pm a s:au am
St. Louis Local, coun-
Cll Blurrs a v.xo am aiv.w pin
Bt. Ixuls Express. ...... -..alO:eo am a 6:25 pm
K. C. & et. j. c.x.......aiu:iw pm a :io am
Chlcagro, Milwaukee A St. rani.
Chlcaeo ft Omaha Ex..b 7:40 am b 8:40 pm
Chicago Limited Ex a 6:00 pm.a 7:50 am
BURLINGTON STATION-IOTII at MASON 1
Bnrllna;tea Missouri River.
Wrymore. Beatrice and
Lincoln a i:40 am bll:66 am
Nebraska Express a 8:40 am a 7:45 pm
Denver l.inuiea a .o pm a s.w am
Black Hills ana i-ugei
an,,A Exnress aU:10 Dm a 3:10 im
Flyer e-'v pm
I.r.coln Fast Man o 9.10 pm a :17 am
Fort Crook and Platte-
mouth e:w pm un:w am
I Raiievua & Pacific Jet. .a 7:50 pm a 8:27 am
I . . . I 11 T . (l.ftA
I J3elleVUS OC J&CIIIU e.w nm
rhlcsse, Bnrlingrton A ttalncy-.
rv,ii-mm Sneclal a 7:00 am a4:0Snm
Chicago VesUbuled Ex. .a 4:00 pm a 7:30 am
I niiii...n T.ncal
a 9:80 am all:Q0 nm
I Fast Mall
..a 8:05 pm a 7:30 am
.. a 2:46 pm
Kansas City, St,
Joseph A Conacll
Kansas City Dsy Ex
a :t0 am a 8:08 Dm
1 fit T jTlllllI 1" IVC"
a 6:10 pm all:16 am
"" ....... ,
WEBKTER DEPOT 14TH at WEBSTER
ttWlr Hills. Deadwood.
Hot Springs a pm a :w pm
Wyoming, Casper Snd
Douglas , a - pm e o:w pm
Hastings. York, David
citv. Hunerior. ueneva,
Exeter and Seward... .b 8:00 pm b 5:00 pm
Norfolk, Lincoln and
Fremont b 7:80 am bl0:25 am
Fremont Local ...e 7:80 am
Cli lea go, St. Paal, Minneapolis dk
Twin City Passenger.. .a $:30 am a 9:10 pm
Sioux city fassenger...a z:uu pm aii:-.i am
Oakland Local ,b 6:46 pm b 8:45 am
Nebraska Local. Via
W eeping Water b 4:10 pm alo:Zo am
a Dallv. 1 b Dally except Saturday
Daily except Saturday. e Daily except
' SPECIAL .NOTICE,
Resumption of trips by ths Mammoth
Popular Twin ocrew eteamers
"Common wealth" at "New Easlaad."
aaTvaarM BftattAM llllaV A
From Moaton Direct to
GIBRALTAR, GENOA, N API. EH
Tha New England and Commonwealth will
sail through to Alexandria on the January
ard Februury voyages.
New Knalana. - uec. jtn. 11 seo. zs.
'Commonwealth," Jan. I; Feb. 14, Muli, 28.
"Vancouver. Nov. is, Jan. 10, Feb. 21. -
Tun iriimin.' Dec. zu. jan. 31. Marin 14.
Also sailings Boston to Liverpool. Port
land, Me., to Liverpool. rur rates, book
lets etc., apply to local agent or
COMPANY'S OFFICE, 68 Dearborn St.,
American Settlers fer Ontario.
TORONTO, Ont., Nov. 14. The Ontario
cabinet haa accepted the proposals of
syndicate, representcM by j. t-.gan o
Rock Island. III., and judge utt of Chicago,
to ulace 12.000 American settlers on Z.Oou.uot
acres of agricultural crown lands In New
Ontario and the agreement will be signed In
a few days.
Balgarlaa Cablaet Resigns.
SOFIA. Bulgaria, Nov. 14 Ths cabins
has resigned on aooount of personal differ
encee. It la probable mat Premier Dane
wll) form a new ministry.
SOME TAXPAYERS ARE SHORT
Commissioner Fleming Eajs Keturns
Not All Batisfictorj to Him.
BOARD OF REVIEW TAKES TURN NEXT
Taomsen-lloaetea Klretrle Ceaspaay
sabmlta Sekedale Shawl a F4r
Cash Valae' of Its Peraaaal
Prenrrtr at 4,STS.
As provided by Jaw the Board of Review
will meet this morning at 9:80 In the
office of the tax commissioner for the pur-1
pose of orits titration. It la expected that
st that time will be determined the qus-
ion of whether the hoard will take up real
estate or personal property taxes first In
crder. The return schedules sent ont lo
taxpaycri are cow nearly all In and the tnk-
erlal Is tn better shape than usual for the.
board to begin It labors.
Several hundred persons or firms that
have made returns not regarded by the tax
commissioner as satisfactory or In any
manner representing the aruount of their'
property have already been notified to -appear
before the board and show cause whyt
their figures as returned should .not . bo . .
greatly increased.' In one caso the Arm, a'
business house of soma Importance, made
a return showing only $200 ot merchandise .
and $100 of office furniture. This firm has
teen notified to appear before ths board
and show cause why It sheuld not be as
sessed for $10,000 of property Instead of
$300 worth. v
Elertrle- Company's Return:
The latest of the public service corpora -
tlons to make Its return Is thn New Omaha
Thomson-Houston Electric company, which
took the full limit Of time, as the schedule
did not come In until yesterday, This'
schedule shows personal property of $262.
476, besides $180,400 listed as capital stock.
making a total of $442,875 as the company s
"fa'r cash valuation" of Its personal prop
erty for purposes of taxation. Last year
this company paid taxes on personal prop
erty ot $170,000, with the understanding
that that amount was 40 per cent of the
true value, which would make the full value
on that basis of calculation $426,000. - Since
that time, however. ,tho company 'has ron-
st rue ted Its new plant.'
Besides the personal property mentioned, -
the Thomson-Houston company makes a ,
return ot $34,200 of .Omaha real estate and '
notes the fact that It pays taxes on $126,006
of property at South Omaha.
LOSES LEG BY THE ACCIDENT
John Weare, a Track Laborer, la Rna
Over by Minneapolis
John Weare, a laborer on ths Chicago
St. Paul, Minneapolis V Omaha, was rut
over by passenger train No. 7 of that roa
about 9 o'clock yesterday morning an!
suffered the loss ot his right leg- below the
Weare was at work with others on tht
tracks and it Is thought did not hear the
train approach on Its entrance Into the
yards. The . ground and - ties being slip
pery because of the melting snow, he wai
unable to get a footing In time to escap
the accident when he found the train wat
almost upon htm. He was1 hurled under the
cars and his leg was so badly mangled that .
amputation was- decided to. be necessary
after he was 'taken to the. Methodist hos
pital., . , ' ;
Weare lives at 3325 Blondo -street. He
has a wife and several chAdren. ,.
ALUMNI OPCORNJLL-TO MEET
Gradastra Will Try to radnoe Presi
dent Srhnrmaa- to Visit -
- Thle City. ' "
President Jacob J. Schurnian ot Cornell -
is to lecture in Lincoln January 1 and
Omaha Cornell alumni are' going to fee if
President Suhurman cannot be Induced to
make them a visit.- To this end a meeting
pt all Cornell graduates In this city has
beet called for Saturday at 8 p. m. at ths .
Merchants National bank. The plan. is to.
have the president with them a day or two
at least and entertain him at the Omaha
club, as was done in 1899, when ha visited
this city. - ...
tt14 7f.. -
Girls' Cogt . OsoA-To bo nia ; with or
without rapes and with strap or rolling
collar. : ' Long coats make the most ' ac
ceptable of all wrap for little girls. This
very stylish model is out ou the latest lines
and can be made 'with'eltrrer 'the strss or'
rolling collar. . The.' doutile; capes,' ,'aae a
feature and exceedingly 'becoming; to girl- ,
Ish figures. As shown, the material is, .
dark blue melton cloth with sUtehlag of
black silk and trimming stl black and white
braid, but all materials used for coats are'
appropriate. ... .,
Ths coat Is mads with; loose fronts and
half fitted backs aui is closed in double-'
breasted style with buttons and button
hole. Ths neck Is finished with double
capes that lis quits flat gnfl. as illustrated,'
with a strap collar, but the turnover 00 1-,
lar Included In the pattern can be substi
tuted tor this last, as shown In back. Tlw.
The sleeves ars full, with shaped cuds, at
their lower edges and ars arranged over
the fitted linings in coat shape thai can ,
mads to serve as models for the cloth If a
simpler style is preferred. la each front
it Inserted a pocket that is finished with,
a pocket lap.
The quantity of material required for ths
medium alas la 64 yards II laebsa wide.
Its yards 44 Inches wide or I yards il
Ths pattern 42S0 is cut in sixes for girls
of 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 years of ago.
For the accommodation ot The Be read
ers, these patterns, which usually retail gt.
from 26 to (0 cents, will bs furnished ai
nominal price, 16 cents, which covers all
expense. In order to get a pattern enclose .
10 cents, give nuuber and naiug of natter
1 wasted and bust measure. .
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